Duluth International Airport
Located five miles (9km) northwest of the city of Duluth, Duluth International Airport is a small airport in northern Minnesota. Serving the region around Lake Superior, the airport is used by only three airlines, with regional flights to destinations like Minneapolis, Detroit, Chicago, Las Vegas and Orlando.
With fewer than 300,000 passengers travelling through the airport each year, the facilities in Duluth International Airport are understandably basic, with only a gift shop and cafe in the terminal.
The airport is located five miles (9km) northwest of Duluth.
Getting to the city
The Duluth Transit Authority operates bus services (Route 5), departing the airport every hour between around 7.50am and 6.50pm on weekdays, between 10.30am and 6.30pm on Saturdays, and from 1pm to 6pm on Sundays. Limited service is available on public holidays. Single fares are $0.75 off-peak, or $1.50 during peak travel times. Exact change is required.
GMT -6 (GMT -5 from the second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November).
Car rental companies at the airport include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, and National.
Several taxi companies operate from the airport, including Airport & Duluth Taxi and Yellow Door Taxi. It is best to book ahead via phone.
Airport services include a restaurant, coffee shop, vending machines and conference rooms.
Parking is charged at $3 for the first hour, $5 for two hours, $9 for six hours and $13 per day. Weekly rates are $78.
Flights to Duluth International Airport are available only on Allegiant Air, Delta and United Airlines.
Duluth International Airport offers free wifi.
The Skyline Banquet Room has facilities for conferences of up to 150 people.
Duluth International Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.